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Travel Blogs from San Jose Del Cabo
"The smell of the breeze is refreshing to my sense of smell. It brings the remembrance of the sea. Something that not often is experienced by my mind and eyes. I yearn for every minute of this ocean which amorously hugs our earth. An often desired wish, which I crave in this gray city. Happiness hits you when stepping on the sands of the coast. It welcomes you with odd and beautiful surroundings and leaves you with the memories and the burn in your skin. The sun is your ...
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Los Cabos, An American Theme Park at its best.
(Especially in the Los Cabos Bay, where every one is trained to sell you something, and mascots of american figures posed as statutes and or danced in ridiculous costumes)
... on a cliff and our room is in one of the buildings that is higher up on the cliff so we have a view of the entire resort as well as the ocean and downtown Cabo. I ate mexican scrambled eggs while Shery munched on french toast, and we both listened to the hustle and bustle of the staff preparing the resort for the day.
The purpose of this trip was to relax and do nothing all day. So, we went down ...
... at anything without being jumped on by the vendor. So we went to the local rooftop bar! It's called Shooters, and is actually owned by Canadians and has Calgary Flames stuff everywhere. From 9 am - 4 pm, beer is only 10 pesos! (less than a dollar) ... but limit one per person. Good old Canadians! Roger got two Pacifico for 10 pesos each since I was just drinking ...
... Mexico I didn't go. Through the gracious generosity of Marci, the Humane Society volunteer coordinator (tickets were $125), Celina was invited to go because Marci's husband had to work. I offered to play chauffeur for the ladies. I tell you, as stunning as these girls looked, I should have rented a limo and worn a chauffeur cap. Maybe next year. Celina reports (from what she can recall) that the event was great, although following so ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Casa Natalia San Jose Del Cabo
One of the best meals I've ever had
We didn't stay here, but also had a fantastic meal at the restaurant, Mi Cocina. It's beautiful and just as good as any big-city restaurant. The food and service were great and the outdoor setting was beautiful. It would definitely be a shame not to eat here on a visit to Los Cabos!
We wanted a Los Cabos vacation that gave us the freedom to do the activities we wanted without the dealing with crazies who "invade" Cabo San Lucas. Casa Natalia is located in San Jose de Cabo in the center of town. The interior space is spectacular both during the daytime and at night. There is access and free transportation to a beach club about 15 minutes away. The rooms are average sized and decorated tastefully in Mexican style. Breakfast (delicious!) is served daily in the little private patio attached to each room. The service is first rate but a bit slow....after all, we realized that life moves at a slower pace when you are in Mexico.
Don't make a reservation until you've seen the place in person.
We made a reservation based on the web site and trip advisor reviews, but upon arrival found it to be nothing like the pictures. The hotel is right in the middle of town, nowhere near the beach. Hot, stagnant and very clostophopic. San Jose is small and hot and full of flies and cars this time of year. No cool ocean breezes here and you can't reach beach without a car. The pool was small, shaded and dirty. The rooms were dark and tiny and not what I would call 5 star. We couldn't get out of there fast enough!!
La Cocina, the Spago of Baja
Didn't stay at the hotel (although it looked incredible, with the best location in San Jose) but did eat at the restaurant La Cocina. No other way to put it, but its the best place I've eaten in all of Mexico. On par with the great restaurants in LA. Everything we touched was an oral hedonistic frenzy. Vayase!
In 2003, we had the pleasure of dining at the restaurant at Casa Natalia's, Mi Cocina two times and had the opportunity to take a tour of the regular rooms and suites for a possible stay in 2004.We prefaced our stay at Casa Dorada Hilton timeshare with three nights stay in one of the two suites at Casa Nathalia's the second week of February, 2004.What a beautiful suite, which includes a jacuzzi on the outside private patio. The rooms are beautiful & real cozy with a very nice step down shower and double sink bathroom with more than adequate storage space and very spacious rooms.A-1 quality service with excellent detail to cleanliness in a very European setting.The outside area includes a heated pool which is tastefully designed in the setting of palm trees strategically located throughout the grounds, which serves as the outside seating area of the restaurant, Mi Cocina. The evening setting for eating includes outside portable heaters which are located near the dining tables if there is a chill in the area.We would rate this a "10" on a scale of 1-10 and we plan on doing the same for our trip in 2005.
Best Stay in 9 trips to Mexico
My wife and I had a quick four night stay while visiting Cabo area for a wedding and we lucked out by trying something new. Casa Natalia is in the center of San Jose Del Cabo. It is European classy with local Mexican friendliness. Beautiful rooms, quiet, clean pool lounge area with great service, etc. The on premise restaurant is likely the best in the entire region. This is the place to stay for anybody looking for a change for the typical sit at the beach dodge the timeshare selling croud. I could go on and on about how great our stay was.
Casa Natalia was a wonderful hotel. The service was exceptional, the grounds were peaceful and relaxing, the rooms were clean, the food was great. I would recommend this hotel to anyone who is looking to experience a fine small luxury hotel.
I make reservations for a Cabo San Lucas hotel, and often suggest places to stay in San Jose Del Cabo as well. During our trip to Cabo, we took a day, with a local innkeeper (she often suggests hotels to guests also) to see the various small inns in San Jose del Cabo. We parked 3 blocks away because there was no parking, and walked to Casa Natalia. We started to walk through the grounds and were greeted very nicely by the bartender. We asked if there was a room open for us to see, and he said yes, and went to the lobby. He came back a few moments later very apologetically to tell us that the lady at the front desk was waiting for a guest to check-in and that she could show us a room in about an hour. We couldn't believe that someone walking in, a potential guest, would be turned away. Were we supposed to wait outside? We were shocked. How could they know that we didn't want to stay there that night, or if we had a taxi waiting outside with our bags. We had come all the way to San Jose, to see these inns, which would only benefit them. As we left, we walked past the lady talking on the phone but she did not even look up at us..and she knew we were leaving because there was no one else around. It seemed that she didn't want to bother with us, maybe we didn't dress or look like her idea of potential guests. I wouldn't reccommend Casa Nataila to anyone who asks. I can't rate the rooms on this site, because we were not able to see them. I have heard that Casa Natalia gives great service to their guests who stay there, but I've also heard that if you are not staying there, they are not very accommodating to you. One couple I talked to said that they had stayed there before and the service was perfect, but then when they returned on a future visit and drove from Cabo San Lucas to eat at the restaurant, they were turned away, and not very nicely.
Walking by, I was drawn to Casa Natalia
If you want a vacation where you feel like it matters to the staff if you are enjoying your vacation, then this is your place! It's been a bit of a hidden secret, but not to the travel gurus like Conde Nast Traveler who rated it one of Mexico's best hotels. Nathalie is the type of owner who takes graciousness and hospitality up to the highest notch. property is both warm and inviting. If you are considering a destination wedding, and want the wedding your way, then Casa Natalia is your hotel!
Home Suite Home!
What an unexpected treasure! Staff was not only courteous, polite and efficient but fun and informative to talk with regarding the local activities and "things to do" in the area.Rooms are beautifully appointed and the mood was quiet and subdued. The pool area is a real treat with a flowing waterfall and unique design.Treat yourselves to an extremely romantic dinner--you will not be disappointed! The food is fantastic and my husband is a chef-who is particular about presentation and taste--thought they did an outstanding job!We will be back to visit again! Booking thru a TravelWizard.com Virtuoso Travel Consultant was the smartest way to go-they gave me the recommendation and know their stuff!